QIS 3 suggests Basel II op risk charges and insurance role

BASEL, SWITZERLAND -- The third Basel II quantitative impact study, or QIS 3, brings bankers up to date with the latest thinking of global banking regulators on the treatment of operational risk under the complex Basel II bank protective capital accord.

QIS 3, the survey issued to about 265 banks in some 50 countries on October 1 by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, seeks to establish how the Basel II accord would affect banks required to adopt its risk-based rules that are designed to

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